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Entrepreneurship in Public Policy Process

By Naimur Rahman, Advisor to LOGIN Secretariat
New Delhi, Dec 08, 2017

In his blog, Naimur makes a pitch for an entrepreneurial approach to policy making, looking beyond the technical details to assessing the situational context and pushing for solutions while the policy window (problem, solution and politics) is open. Read more...

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My Journey with LOGIN

By Ranjan Karmaker, LOGIN Country Facilitator, Bangladesh
LOGIN Country Facilitators Meeting, Oct 12, 2017

Our organization, Steps Towards Development (Steps), found that LOGIN is a platform of cross- and peer- learning on decentralization of local government. Steps’ has been working since 1993 to promote equitable and inclusive governance in collaboration with local government, public and political institutions in Bangladesh. I believe this learning platform creates appropriate opportunity for myself and Steps to share and exchange learning of different institutions and individuals of 12 countries. Read more...

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Sok Dee (Good luck)!

By Seng & Souky, LOGIN Country Facilitators, Laos
LOGIN Country Facilitators Meeting, Oct 12, 2017

blog image We are contracted by the GIZ to conduct Capacity Assessment for four different institutions on Citizen Engagement in Good Governance, Accountability and the Rule of Law (CEGGA), which is a project funded by EU, SDC and GIZ. The four institution partners are the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA), Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and National Assembly. As the MoHA is a key institution that deals with Lao civil society organizations, our assignment overlapped with the tasks assigned to the CF position for Lao LOGIN members. Read more...

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LOGIN and I

By Norbu Dema, LOGIN Country Facilitator, Bhutan
LOGIN Country Facilitators Meeting, Oct 12, 2017

My journey with LOGIN began in 2014. I had just joined as the Program Manager to manage SDC Bhutan’s flagship program, the ‘Democratic Governance program’. Along with this, I was also identified to take on the role of LOGIN Country Facilitator (CF) for Bhutan. I had very little or no experience in being part or having worked for a network like LOGIN in my entire career. I thought it was a daunting task, but at the same time I was very curious and excited. Read more...

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My Association with LOGIN

By Dr. J. B. Rajan, Kerala Institute of Administration (KILA), LOGIN Member
LOGIN Country Facilitators Meeting, Oct 12, 2017

The Emotional Ties
My association with LOGIN commenced since its first phase, which funded me a research project on Matsya Sabha [Exclusive Assembly of Fisher People]. The study could make policy influence as the formation of Matsya Sabha was mandated in the Plan Guideline issued by the Government, based on the suggestion put forth by KILA. This has made me emotionally attached with LOGIN. Read more...

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